As I was routinely perusing the Microsoft Developer Network today I ran across a novel idea: a list of featured Visual C# MVPs. As a former Visual C# MVP myself (before coming to work for Microsoft), I think this is an excellent idea.
In preparation for the biggest release in entertainment history – Halo 2 – I finally decided to buy a wireless bridge. The Linksys Wireless-G Game Adapter (WGA54G) seemed a little pricey at first glance, but after using it tonight I think it’s well worth it.
No, this isn’t about another campy 80’s flick, but about the Tegenaria gigantea, or “giant house spider”.
Dubbed the world’s faster spider by the Guinness Book of World Records, this rather large spider is commonly mistaken for the Tegenaria agrestis, or “hobo spider”,
Tonight was the first time I’ve played Texas Hold’em and gambling with an actual cash buy-in. The first game was cut short but I took a portion of the winnings split between two of us (the other guy had to leave).
MSDN TV has posted a video about .NET Smart Client Applications and “the buzz around the .NET Smart Client Application Revolution.”
Well, call me a revolutionary then since having architected such a large-scale solution during the .NET 1.0 RC2 I was doing ths several years ago.
Designing and developing applications for the global economy can often be difficult, but the .NET Framework made globalization and localization much more simple. In Visual Studio 2005 resources are handled a little bit differently, providing you – the application developer – a class you can easily use throughout your application to access resources as their native Type.